Recreation Sites and Trails BC has recently undertaken a project to restore abandoned fire lookouts and establish them as recreation sites to preserve the historical, cultural and heritage values of these spectacular areas and provide unique public recreation opportunities. The Woss Fire Lookout was included in this project and was replaced in 2014 through combined efforts of a number of volunteers, agencies and organizations.
The access trail is very steep and the hike is strenuous. Those that do make the climb are rewarded with spectacular views of Woss Lake, the Nimpkish Valley and Bonanza range. Hiking times vary but users should allow for 4 hours round trip. This is a day use site and users are reminded to pack out what they pack in. Campfires are prohibited.